Tag Archives: Christopher Lloyd

Grief: Saying Goodbye to My Garden

Eight years ago I began to create a new garden on a blank canvas, literally a piece of ground that was cleared, tilled, and composted. This spring the fruits of this endeavor have never been more apparent. Leaving the garden … Continue reading

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Garden Books A-Z Blog Challenge

Gardening Books Garden books have a special place in my heart and are given all the room they want on the bookshelves. I’m not a librarian, but I must have  a sense of order and organization when it comes to … Continue reading

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The English Garden A-Z Blog Challenge

The English Garden One of my favorite quotes about English gardening: “Anyone who was serious about plants would be admitted into the long conversation that is the English garden.” –Simon Jenkins (speaking about Christopher Lloyd) If you can buy only one … Continue reading

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Christopher Lloyd – Great Dixter .

“Anyone who was serious about plants would be admitted into the great conversation that is the English garden.” –Simon Jenkins (speaking about Christopher Lloyd) Christopher Lloyd I visited Christopher Lloyd’s famous garden, Great Dixter, on a garden trip in 2000. … Continue reading

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